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Cincinnati Bowtie
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Ah, gotcha. This is true.





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TigersSEC2010
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quote:

Pedro


How'd you do?






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tigercross
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quote:

m not saying they dont have fast kids

im talking about the ability to cross over from sprints to field event is something that is not successfully done at the 5a level


This is nonsense that has nothing to do with the quality of athletes in the smaller classes. Riley is probably the only guy in the past decade in 2A to score in a sprint and a throw. He would have won the 5A discus last year and scored in the 5A 110m hurdles. Would have been 5th in the 4A/5A hurdles today. He is a unique athlete.

For those wondering, Pedro got clownstomped and lapped by multiple guys in his race. But I believe it was a personal best for him, so cheers are in order



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7 Clayton O'Callaghan Catholic, Po 10:39.10
8 Jonathan Jeffcoat Patterson 10:48.90
9 Trey Capello Ascension Catholic 10:53.20
10 Ben Schnadelbach St. Thomas Aquinas 10:56.97
11 Randy Carter, Jr. Jehovah-Jire 10:57.50
12 Christian Paz Curtis, John 11:16.72
13 Andrew Jordan St. Thomas Aquinas 11:40.18


Which one is he?






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Cincinnati Bowtie
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Anybody know why Cory McBride of Dutchtown didn't show up for the Finals of the 55? I know he qualified.





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LUS Tiger in FL
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Karr has 2 in the top 4. Does Noil run being he is super quick?





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5Alive
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He plays bball





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BasilBogomil
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The conversions from 55m to 40yard will always be faster than what their 40yard splits truly are. They are able to get to their top end speed and turnover, whereas the start for the first 40 would be slower.

For instance Trindon's 40 at the speed he ran his indoor sprint fastest time would be converted to a 4.13 forty, which we know is much faster than he actually ran.


Very true. At the same time, LF definitely runs in the 4.4s in the 40, which at his size is .



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Cincinnati Bowtie
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Lets hope he comes to LSU!!!





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bou78
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Is that a linear extrapolation or are you accounting for acceleration? If so, how?





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